Pretty Big Things Trivia Hunt


  • Ric
  • Kerrin
  • Meena

Initial Concept

Our initial presentation for the Pretty Big Things Trivia Hunt can be viewed here.

Vision Document

See our vision document here.


See our questions, extra facts, and other content here.

Teacher’s Guide

See our handout for teachers here. This can be added to NJSM’s Resources for Teachers.

Site Map



See the initial wireframes here.


UI Design




This poster can be put up to let people know about the trivia hunt.



This is a sample certificate that will be sent via email to the user. This can act as a free digital souvenir from the museum. Teachers can also direct students to send them an email to track participation or extra credit points based on the badges they earn.


Prototype Demo Link

Our working prototype can be viewed here (Scale down window if viewing on web).

Final Presentation

Our protoype presentation for the Pretty Big Things Scavenger Hunt can be viewed here.

The Dungeon (The Render Room)

Welcome to the final, most tragic, portal, the final destination for all animations and patience. Here is where animation come to render and students wait hours and hours for a mere 5 seconds of videos. This room has created more than just a few existential crises and fits of rage. Very few animation actually survive the rendering process. Most stop midway through and students are forced to render from the start. This concludes the tour of the Animation World. Thank you~ Enjoy the rest of your day!

The Globe Theater Room 202

Welcome dear mortals to the Globe Theater! Home of all of Shakespeare’s works in animated form. Watch Hamlet dramatize every moment of his life through dramatic monologue, or Nick Bottom charm the hearts of all in his portrayal of Pryamus in Peter Quince’s latest hit, The Most Tragic Death of Pyramus and Thisbe.

To see where animation and patience go to die visit the next room, the dungeon, ie: the Render Lab.

Portal to Butterfly Land Room 222

Welcome to the World of Animation! You enter the portal to this land by simply walking into the room! These locations are the key portals for animation where animation students work, thrive, and create… and occasionally cry because animation is hard.

Upon entering the doors of Room 222, Visitors are transported to the land of Butterflies named after Erin’s Kraemer’s lovely animation project.  The Land of Butterflies is an animated world where fun critters are born. We see them fly through the sky, around trees, and through animated grass blades made out of fur.

Find the next Portal (The Globe Theater) in Room 202.